Streamlio is built on top of several open source technologies, all of which were created (or co-created) by Streamlio’s founding members, and in large part continue to be maintained by the company. These technologies consist of Apache Heron, an extensible, fully distributed real-time stream processing engine that can be seen as the successor to Apache Storm; Apache Pulsar, a messaging and queuing system (a next generation successor to Kafka); and Apache BookKeeper, a storage solution that is used for both (stream) state storage and message persistence.

Author/s: Daniel Howard

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